How To Add Multimedia To A Padlet Wall
Ideas for Using Padlet with Students
Collaboration - Padlet
Work with your group to create a poster summarizing your work on a topic. Each member must add their own ideas on a Padlet "sticky". Be sure to include your name on each "sticky" you add to the Padlet wall.
You and your partners read the same piece of text and quiz one another using questions you each wrote. Post your questions on the Padlet wall. Include your name, your partners name, your questions, and a link to the article (if applicable). If one of you can’t answer, the other has to show how to locate the answer.
*Modification: ask students to post their answers to the questions as well.
Create notes about a topic, on your own Padlet wall, then discuss these with your group. Create a new Padlet post for each member’s ideas. Summarize on your own (indicate your summary at the top of your Padlet post).
Learning about gubernatorial candidates - Pat Quinn (collaborative poster)
Learning about gubernatorial candidates - Bruce Rauner (collaborative poster)
What do you know about bats?
This teacher uses Padlet as part of her morning message.